Category: Art

Andy Biersack Reveals ‘The Ghost Of Ohio’ with Z2 Comics – #NYCC2018

Last night we kicked off New York Comic Con with Z2 Comics who were celebrating the reveal of The Ghost Of Ohio. The graphic novel is based on an original story idea by Andy Biersack (Black Veil Brides/Andy Black) alongside the creative team of Z2 Comics: Josh Frankel and Sridhar Reddy. Scott Tuft, known for his work on the Severed and Swamp Thing titles, is writing the comic with Biersack. Artist Eryk Donovan, best known...

‘The Walking Dead’ Director Greg Nicotero Tapped for Spawn Movie

’ Ever since it was officially announced last summer that there was a new Spawn movie in the works—more than 20 years since the original film release—it’s all seeming to fall into place for creator and director Todd McFarlane. Back in May, Academy Award and Golden Globe winner Jamie Foxx (Ray, The Amazing Spider-Man) joined as Spawn (aka Al Simmons) with Jeremy Renner (The Avengers, The Hurt Locker) as ally Twitch (Williams). Today, McFarlane revealed...

Make Your Dreams Stick with Post-it® Brand and Hailee Steinfeld

This week Post-it® Brand kicked off their “Make Your Dreams Stick” back to school campaign with singer/actress, Hailee Steinfeld. The campaign hopes to inspire students to dream big this upcoming school year by writing down their goals. By simply writing down your goal, you are 42% more likely to achieve it. During the Post-it® Brand event, students from the New York City chapter of national non-profit After-School All-Stars experienced an exclusive Q&A with Hailee and...

Laurie Anderson, Neil Gaiman Talk Muppets, ‘Omens’ and Virtual Reality

“Old Muppets are really scary,” said Neil Gaiman, recalling a 2002 stay at Jim Henson’s old home in Hampstead, England with longtime collaborator Dave McKean (Mirrormask, “The Wolves in the Walls”) that left him forever spooked by the man-made “creatures.” The author found a box of Henson’s old Muppets in the basement, and picked out a sheep. When he tried to move its face, the Muppet’s latex eyelid fell apart. “It was one of the most...

Madballs All-Star Art Jam and Exhibition at myplasticheart

Madballs All-Star Art Jam and Exhibition at myplasticheart Through June 18th, 2017

myplasticheart and James Groman are proud to present the “Madballs All-Star Art Jam and Exhibition”, a custom toy exhibit featuring various interpretations on American Greetings’® popular 80’s toy series, Madballs™! An impressive group of artists put their own spin on the Madballs vinyl figures produced by Kidrobot®. This talented lineup includes illustrators, sculptors and painters whose creative careers and artistic endeavors have been marked by their love of the classic Madballs of their childhood. The...

Jose Cuervo x Cavolo x Campos Capsule Collection

Jose Cuervo Launches Cuervo x Cavolo x Campos Capsule Collection

Last night we got a chance to celebrate Jose Cuervo’s 222nd birthday. To mark the occasion, Cuervo launched a limited edition capsule collection featuring Honduran designer Carlos Campos. Each piece features a unique design that fuses the artwork created specifically for the limited edition 222 bottle series. Designed by Spanish artist Ricardo Cavolo, and past Campos designs, the bottles tell the story of key periods in Cuervo’s history – Heart, Lady, Devil and Music.† The...

Love and Madness

The Love and Madness of the company behind Love and Madness

Wandering through the aisles of New York Comic Con was where I first laid eyes upon Love and Madness. It was then that I knew I came across something unique. Something that spoke directly to me. There are many companies releasing female geek accessories but Love and Madness is unlike any of them. There is a subtlety to their jewelry pieces that elevates them above all the other jewelry I own. But I’m getting ahead of...

Kidrobot to Release Andy Warhol Vinyls

Kidrobot has teamed up with The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts to create a limited edition collection of vinyl and plush inspired by the pop artist. Available this summer and fall, the collection features some of Warhol’s most iconic works (Campbell’s, Marilyn Monroe, Brillo, Velvet Undergound banana) plastered on Kidrobot vinyl (including the Dunny!) and plush pieces, ranging from blind-box collectibles to high-end art pieces. “We are delighted to collaborate with one of...

Patricia Field’s Big Adventure: Fashion Icon’s Art Gallery Garb

Patricia Field just closed her store after 50 years in February and less than a month later was already embarking on her next venture. Debuted during a three-day exhibit at Howl! Happening in New York’s East Village, Field gave a peek into her latest project, an art gallery fashion concept tied to her website. Curated by Field, the updated site features one-of-a-kind clothing by artists, designers and longtime collaborators, including Scooter LaForge, Tom Knight, Jody...

Emily Weiskopf: Pixan Paths // Higher Roads Exhibition - Jenn Singer Gallery

Emily Weiskopf: Pixan Paths // Higher Roads Exhibition – Jenn Singer Gallery

Emblematic and emotionally explorative, the work on display at the Jenn Singer Gallery by Emily Weiskopf is informed by a range of different experiences and sources. Her time as a Printmaker is evident in the love of texture, technical ability, and color on display. Using a device repeated through the work, a marathon track sliced and reassembled, she skillfully employs it to explore ideas across an impressive amount of materials. The device is inspired by...

Wintercon 2015: Guests

Wintercon returns to the Resorts World Casino in NYC

  Wintercon returns to New York this month and can you believe it, tickets are still available! Wintercon can fulfill your Star Wars fix this December 5th and 6th at the Resorts World Casino in Jamaica, New York. With Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens due in theaters, Star Wars will be a huge part of this convention. The original Boba Fett from The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, Jeremy Bulloch, and...

Old Mexican Card Games—and Tequila—with Artist Alejandro Vigilante

Alejandro Vigilante doesn’t know which playing card is his favorite. Each was a labor of love. On exhibit inside Andy Warhol’s old Wooster Street abode in New York City, the artist keeps looking up at his 54 hand-painted works of art, inspired by the centuries-old Mexican card game of chance, Lotería. “Every color was a special decision,” said the Miami-based artist, known for his pop art-inspired works. Vigilante hand-painted each card over a three month...